Hello, Tanzania RPCVs….An African Scholar Wants To Talk To You!
A Tanzania national and professor of African history at William Paterson of New Jersey is doing research for purposes of publishing a book on the history of the Peace Corps Volunteers in Tanzania. This endeavor is both personal and scholarly. He was taught by a Peace Corps teacher in middle school at Chilonwa in Dodoma, Tanzania. He says that his Peace Corps teacher, Mr. Thomas Houlihan, made a great difference in his schooling experience and motivated him to do the best he could. Also, as the first American that he met Houlihan impressed him as an amiable representation of American friendliness. That being said, his scholarly interest in the history of the Peace Corps Volunteers in Tanzania is due to the fact that their contribution to Tanzania’s development has eluded the attention of students of Tanzania history, with the exception of a few memoirs by returned PCVs. He would like . . .Read More
Mweshimiwa Mbogoni, Hujambo mwalimu mwenzangu. Mimi niko huku na tayari kuwasiliana nawe. Jina langu Matthew Lindroth (mwalimu matayo). Nilikuwa mjitoleaji…